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The A-Team (+ Digital Copy) [Blu-ray]
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Buckle up for an adrenaline-fueled thrill ride starring Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Sharlto Copley. Convicted by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit, a daring team of former Special Forces soldiers must utilize their unique talents to break out of prison and tackle their toughest mission yet. It’s going to take guts, split-second timing and an arsenal of explosive weapons...this is a job for The A-Team.
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Murdock is still an unmatched pilot. BA still has to be medicated to fly. Hannibal still chomps a cigar. And Face is still Face. Right after they cross the border back into the USA, they get involved in trying to acquire some $100 counterfeit plates, being moved by Saddam loyalists from Bagdad, and, oh yeah, over $1 billion in cold phony bills.
Much of this 2010 movie is filmed in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. It's about 2 hours of action and comedy. Steven Cannell is involved in the production, as with the popular series from the "old" days. They kept the integrity of the oh-so-popular series with lots of action and lots of comedy. There are tons of neat stunts, although some may be pretty close to impossible. But what the heck--that's what makes a movie like this fun! We have chopper and airplane stunt flying, action on a container ship, and the strategizing of perfectly timed plans, among other adventures the boys have.Read more ›
Now, the critics panned this movie because it's short on plot and way too loud. Dude, it's based on The A-Team. The A-Team was a show about fast and violent missions with Mr. T preferring not to fly and Hannibal loving when a plan comes together. You didn't watch The A-Team for MASH, you watched it because it was cool. And that's exactly what this movie is. Cool. It's a thrill ride from the very beginning to the very end and not a lot of movies can deliver on that promise. Some twists are predictable and you're satisfied when you see it coming. Some are not and you're satisfied because you're surprised. I don't want to spoil anything about the story but the basic plot is all you really need. This movie is a video game in that you first get the reason to want to shoot things and then all you want to know next is where to get the ammo. It's loud and shaky, as is the trend with today's action movies, but not obnoxious like that other "we were framed and now we're super mad about it. As a team because camaraderie is important" movie, The Losers. Plus Sharlto Copley and Liam Neeson are fine, fine actors and you can't go wrong with 'em.
As a note...for a previous reviewer...don't be a schmuck and give a bad review to a movie because the service providing it failed...what are you 12...suck it up there Happy Feet....grab your sippy cup and get yourself a kool-aid refill you'll feel much better...and next time perhaps you could try customer support with the rest of the adults and not throw a tantrum cuz sissy took your rattle...
to everyone else sorry for the rant
I have never reviewed a movie before "The A-Team" but this movie was not only great it more then exceeded my expectations...motivating me to take the extra time to not only review the movie but also chastise a tool for misrepresenting it...
See the movie you won't be disappointed.
This is essentially an origin story & beyond. I found it neat how they were able to update the series with a new story that was essentially a prequil. It simultaneously pokes fun at & sorta stays true to the original series. Great action, fun story, good humor. I left the theatre happy as the movie totally exceeded my expectations.
If you are a fan of the series with sketicism, I say leave that behind I go have fun with it. I'm sure non-fans can enjoy it also but I believe being a fan of the old material enhances the experiece.
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The movie was just fun! A bunch of us who remember the old TV series enjoyed had a great time.Published 13 days ago by uncle tony
BAM BUM BAM! bu-ba-buuuuum... BA DA BA DA BA BUM, BA BADUM BA BUUUM!Published 14 days ago by Blair Lonergan Simi Valley
A fun movie for the whole family. The actors do a great job for train the original characters. Although there is a little bit of foul language, the fun and adventure of the movie... Read morePublished 27 days ago by J Morris
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I just came here to post the same thing. What a ridiculous price for a Blu-ray + digital copy (which I don't care about). That's too much even for a Blu-ray + DVD copy bundle. That's too much for any movie.
Sep 30, 2010 by DeAd MiKe | See all 10 posts
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This appears to be a BD-Live issue with Sony Players. Disable BD-Live before inserting the disc and it plays.
Dec 23, 2010 by M. Schuck | See all 5 posts
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Lol. I'm upset too. It's too bad they got rid of the post-sale price matching thing. People ruined it I suppose by claming penny differences. Too bad they don't have something like, anything over $1 difference during the first 7 (or 14) days after an item goes on sale gets credited back. ... Read More
Dec 16, 2010 by Hunk Golden | See all 12 posts
Sorry to say but only being released unrated. But, the unrated version only has more dialogue, a few more scenes, and more action. But, the extended action scenes doesn't contain a lot of blood there is the same amount of blood in the theatrical cut.
Dec 13, 2010 by Helene Cyrlin | See all 3 posts
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That still doesn't mean you're not allowed to review the actual movie, especially if you've seen it!
Read the fine print if you don't believe me. That's what this site has always encouraged from its users from Day One.
Sep 6, 2010 by Brian | See all 3 posts
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